Engaging more closely in the future of TikTok would give Congress the opportunity to broaden and evolve the national security assessment of technology transactions with Chinese companies and advantage the U.S. government in its competition with the Chinese Communist Party.
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Does it matter that President Trump last Friday night issued a CFIUS order directing ByteDance to divest itself from TikTok, given that a week earlier he already had levied IEEPA sanctions on the company? Yes indeed.